Other ‘dumped’ customers
Telegraph Money readers will know that this is not the first time that we have covered this issue on our pages – and we are sure it will not be the last.
In November last year, Pawel Raczkowski was in a supermarket when he realised his bank, NatWest, had unilaterally frozen his current account and Isa. We explained the various scenarios in which a bank might decide to dump you without giving a reason.
In February this year we recounted the tale of a young entrepreneur, Daniel Bentley, who was told by Barclays that it no longer wanted his business.
In April 2015, Charles Bartlett told us how he was given his marching orders by Barclays.
The reason has never been confirmed but Mr Bartlett suspects it may be because he was buying and selling “Bitcoin”, the controversial but legal digital currency.
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